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360 of the ballroom on the penthouse level of the Holiday Inn Express Chicago O'Hare
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The elegant ballroom on top of the Crowne Plaza hotel in Chicago near O'hare airport can seat over 3,000 people in over 23,000 square feet of space. This is set up for a wedding and includes the head table for the couple of honor as well as 2 bars and a dance floor.

Copyright: Ryan stoney photography
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Resolution: 10838x5419
上传: 15/11/2011
更新: 24/09/2013
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Tags: ballroom; white; white-linen; linen; dining; elegant; wedding; party; dance-floor
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